It has been a while since I've painted Vikings in any numbers and since rebasing those that have already been painted on to 40mm squares for Hail Caesar there will be a good few coming this way soon.
First up are the three on the left of the conga starting with the bare chested axeman.
The other figures are all repurposed from a SAGA warband that wasn't getting any use, so rather than paint more figures yet more rebasing happened. The bases are from Warbases, my friendly local gaming store.
The berserker winding himself up by baring his chest is from Shieldwall Figures available through Gripping Beast. The overly hairy bare chested warrior is from Wargames Foundry with the rest of the motley crue hailing from Gripping Beast.
Painting figures for the Dark Ages allows a lot of freedom with colour, poses and general outlook of the figures. Something that you find less of in later periods and some earlier periods as well. This allows more creativity with the painting and posing of finished figures for the final bases.
Oh, these fellas look great!
They look awesome, and will make a fearsome shieldwall when you basing project is complete! I do love Mr Hirsute and his big axe :-)
Grest looking figures!
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